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Watford's home ground has reportedly become a popular dogging hotspot during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vicarage Road has not been hosting any fans at the 22,000 capacity stadium for a number of months now and plenty of frisky locals have been making the most of it using the car park behind garages on Occupation Road, as per Watford Observer.
'Dogging Action', a swingers information and forum site, does advise Hertfordshire residents to avoid getting busy on matchdays - while it's said that the area near to the ticket office is particularly active on Sunday evenings "after about 9.30pm" according to a review.
Couple Steve and Helen from Welwyn Garden City, confirmed to The Sun they have made a number trips to the Championship outfit's ground despite being Luton Town fans as opposed to Hornets supporters.
Helen said: "We like being watched but it feels strange doing it next to a football ground. I guess we help put the horn into the Hornets."
Dogging is not illegal in the UK as such, but getting caught runs the risk of being charged with sexual offences such as indecent exposure.
After five consecutive campaigns, Watford were relegated from the Premier League last term and sacked three managers Javi Garcia, Quique Sanchez Flores and Nigel Pearson in the same season before finishing bottom of the top flight.
So far they've been undefeated in their return to the Championship, taking seven points from their first three games and lying in fifth place under Vladimir Ivic.